Whether you are the target or the instigator of M&A activity, the due diligence involved will mean significant work before you sign the deal. The process will bring into sharp focus some of the entity management issues you may see post-acquisition; issues like data management, structure and governance.
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Now, perhaps more than ever, paralegals, general counsels and corporate secretaries are being asked to do more with less. Thankfully the right technology makes that possible. With the unusual pressures created by the COVID-19 pandemic, corporate legal teams are facing increasing pressure. With large numbers of staff being based at home, there are additional challenges to face, with fewer resources at hand.
Historically, the General Counsel (GC) has tended to play a reactive role in a corporation and board of directors, acting when called upon to address crises or a strategy already in place. However, the scope of this role is evolving.
A centralized corporate record, powered by robust entity management software, can help businesses seize these opportunities—and help GCs grow in their strategic role—at all stages of the process: due diligence, opportunity evaluation and post-merger integration.
Strategic organic growth helps businesses pivot operations in a disruptive landscape, solidify their competitive advantage, and evolve products, operations, and markets for a shifting future. Discover how the general counsel (GC) can be a strategic advisor for organic growth—and the tools that can help.
Entity management software strengthens the ability to see around corners and gets the right information to the right people at the right time, enabling executives and boards to make sharp, timely decisions when it matters most.